Moong Dal Recipes

Mangalorean Style Bendekayi Huli Koddel Recipe (Ladies finger Dal without Coconut Recipe)

Mangalorean Style Bendekayi Huli Koddel Recipe (Ladies finger Dal without Coconut Recipe)

Saturday, 25 March 2017 00:00

Mangalorean Style Bendekayi Huli Koddel Recipe (Ladies finger Dal without Coconut Recipe) is a variation to the authentic recipe made in the households of Mangalore. Usually in most of the mangalorean dishes, the addition of coconut is always a must but in this recipe we have cut down coconut and created a dal which has Bendekayi otherwise called as ladies finger. Serve the Mangalorean Style Bendekayi Huli Koddel Recipe (Ladies finger Dal without Coconut Recipe) along with steam rice or Phulka.  If you are looking for more dal recipes here are some:  Gujarati Dal Recipe (Sweet Tangy and Spicy Lentil Curry) Smoked Dal Makhani Dhaba Style Recipe Dal Palak Recipe (Spinach And Lentil Curry)

8 High Protein Moong Dal Recipes That Are Wholesome & Delicious

Wednesday, 22 February 2017 17:13

Moong Dal, an Indian superfood is packed with protein and low on carbs and calories. You can either have the yellow moong dal or the whole green moong dal. The yellow moong dal is easier to digest and the green moong dal is rich in fibre because of it's outer covering. There are multiple ways of consuming them, either soak it and pressure cook it for a nice curry, or wait till it gets sprouts and make salad or sabzi out of it. Moong Dal is great for weight loss because of the rich protein content that breaks down the fat in the body. The Curry, Sabzis that you make from Moong Dal can be had for lunch or dinner, even packed for lunch box. You can use the sprouted Moong Dal to make a salad out of it for your evening snacks. Today we have listed 8 healthy recipes that you can make from Moong Dal. Do try them and tell us how it was. 
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Everyday Meal Plan : 3 Must Try Bengali Style Recipes For A Yummy Lunch

Tuesday, 31 January 2017 00:00

Who doesn't like a laid out lunch meal which will provide us a comfort feeling as we eat. We have put across you an easy and a quick meal that can be made instantly and relished along with your loved ones as a very light meal. The meal is packed with good amount of nutrients which will be helpful for your everyday diet.This will help all our food lovers who are seeking the need to eat healthy as well tasty meals everyday. This is very important because what you eat on a day to day basis matters a lot to help you gain nutrition in your body.

Plan Your Everyday Meal with Gujarati Khatta Mag, Patta Gobi Nu Shaak and More

Tuesday, 17 January 2017 00:00

As the previous week went with the preparation for festival food, many people would have become exhausted preparing for a heavy lunch meal on that day. Many of you will be wondering to eat healthy and comforting food for our day to day meals. We have put across you an easy and a quick meal that can be made instantly and relished along with your loved ones as a very light meal. The meal is packed with good amount of nutrients which will be helpful for your everyday diet. 
Tamil Nadu Style Beetroot kootu Recipe

Tamil Nadu Style Beetroot kootu Recipe

Wednesday, 04 January 2017 00:00

Tamil Nadu Style Beetroot kootu Recipe is a comforting side dish made with medley of moong dal and beetroot which is pressure cooked and tossed with ground masala and tempered. The dish is so quick and easy to make and can be made during anytime of the week. Beetroot is a root vegetable that has anti-cancer properties and also helps detoxify the body. It also boosts up your stamina level and lowers your blood pressure level. Serve the Tamil Nadu Style Beetroot kootu Recipe along with steam rice and Paruppu Rasam Recipe (South Indian Dal Rasam). If you are looking for more Beetroot recipes here are some :  Andhra Style Beetroot Vepudu Recipe (Stir Fried Beetroot) Beetroot Stew with Coconut Milk Recipe (With a South Indian Flavor) Beetroot Poriyal Recipe (Stir Fried Beetroot)
South Indian Style Sorakkai Kootu Recipe (Bottle Gourd Cooked with Lentils Recipe)

South Indian Style Sorakkai Kootu Recipe (Bottle Gourd Cooked with Lentils Recipe)

Wednesday, 04 January 2017 00:00

South Indian Style Sorakkai Kootu Recipe (Bottle Gourd Cooked with Lentils Recipe) is a delicious combination of lentil and vegetables. The flavors used in this recipe are typically used in day to day cooking in the South Indian Style Kitchen. Coconut is one of the key ingredient present for all of their dry vegetable side dishes. Serve the South Indian Style Sorakkai Kootu Recipe (Bottle Gourd Cooked with Lentils Recipe) along with steam rice and Parappu Rasam to enjoy a comforting meal. If you are looking for more Kootu Recipes here are some :  Pudalangai Milagu Kootu Recipe - South Indian Snake Gourd Curry Manathakkali Kootu Recipe Chettinad Paruppu Urundai Kuzhambu (Steamed Lentil Balls Cooked in a Tangy Curry) Recipe
Anhui Style Bean Pancake with Kimchi Recipe

Anhui Style Bean Pancake with Kimchi Recipe

Sunday, 01 January 2017 00:00

Anhui Style Bean Pancake with Kimchi Recipe is a wonderful way to add flavor to the Pancakes by incorporating Kimchi flavor making it spicy and tangy. Anhui is a region that has been less known to people in the world. As the people living in this area live in mountain regions they have mainly comforting food that can be made quickly with less ingredients available. Serve the Anhui Style Bean Pancake with Kimchi Recipe along with Peanut Chilli Dipping Sauce Recipe. If you are looking for more Pancake recipes here are some :  Buckwheat and Oatmeal Chocochip Pancakes Recipe (Eggless) Green Pea Pancake Recipe (Matar Ka Cheela) Carrot Cake Pancakes Recipe
Published in East Asian Cuisine
Gehun Ki Bikaneri Khichdi Recipe (Wheat Kernel And Moong Dal Khichdi)

Gehun Ki Bikaneri Khichdi Recipe (Wheat Kernel And Moong Dal Khichdi)

Tuesday, 08 November 2016 00:00

Gehun Ki Bikaneri Khichdi Recipe (Wheat Kernel And Moong Dal Khichdi) is a lentil preparation made by blending wheat kernel and moong dal in pressure cooker till it is well done. The Khichdi is then given a tempering with the Indian spice. The recipe hails from Bikaner as the name suggests which is a part of Rajasthan. It is the place where people prefer to eat wheat more than rice thus many of their dishes consists of wheat. This recipe is diabetic friendly as well as quick to make for a breakfast preparation. Serve the Gehun ki Bikaneri Khichdi along with Marwadi Gatte ki Kadhi Recipe for a wholesome lunch or dinner. If you are looking for more Khichdi recipes here are some of our favorites : Green Moong Dal Khichdi Recipe Khichdi Kadhi and Batata Nu Shaak ( The Classic Comfort Food of India) Khichdi With Fresh Spices Recipe
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Moong Dal Halwa Burfi Recipe

Moong Dal Halwa Burfi Recipe

Friday, 21 October 2016 00:00

Moong Dal Halwa Burfi is a sweet dish prepared as an offering to God during all the festivities in South India. Make this simple yet delicious dessert a part of your upcoming festivities and have everyone drool over them. Serve the Moong Dal Halwa Burfi as a dessert after a tasty meal of South Indian Style Vegetable Kurma Recipe and hot steamed rice. Other Burfi recipes that you can try are: Coconut Burfi Recipe Gluten-Free Rajgira Burfi Recipe Walnut Burfi Recipe
Banh It Tran (Vietnamese Mung Bean Dumpling) Recipe

Banh It Tran (Vietnamese Mung Bean Dumpling) Recipe

Monday, 17 October 2016 00:00

Banh It Tran is a Vietnamese dish, it is a delicious, soft and plumply sticky rice flour dumpling, stuffed with savory mung bean and poached to perfection.  Serve Banh It Tran with some onion oil and Nuoc Cham Chay for a tasty wholesome meal. Other rice flour recipes that you can try are: Ukadpend Recipe Traditional Steamed Modak Recipe Masala Akki Roti Recipe
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Oriya Style Moong Dalma Recipe (No Onion No Garlic)

Oriya Style Moong Dalma Recipe (No Onion No Garlic)

Friday, 30 September 2016 00:03

Moong Dalma is one of the dalma recipes which is the soul food of every Odissi household. Moong dalma is a simple delicious dal stew with or without vegetables and is a high protein recipe. Toor dalma is the authentic dalma that is popular in Orissa and replacement of Moong dal instead is its variation used here. You can try including vegetables of your choice in this curry recipe. Serve Odiya Style Moong Dalma Recipe (No Onion No Garlic) with roti/chapati and hot steaming rice for weeknight dinner. Here are more recipes from Oriya cuisine Manda Pitha Recipe (Orissa Style Steamed Rice Flour Dumplings) Odiya Style Chana Dal With Potato & Pumpkin Curry Recipe KhiraSaku ( Odiya Style Rice Pan Cake) Recipe Odia Chatu Besara Recipe (Mushrooms in Spicy Mustard Curry)
Sprouted Moong Dhokla Recipe

Sprouted Moong Dhokla Recipe

Wednesday, 28 September 2016 00:57

Sattvik food is always freshly cooked and simple, juicy, It is light, nourishing, sweet and tasty. It increases the energy of the mind and produces cheerfulness, serenity and mental clarity. Sattvik food is highly conducive to good health. These Sprouted Moong dhokla are full of energy and they are with No Onion and No Garlic and addition of Carrot makes these Dhokla more healthy tasty. Serve Sprouted Moong Dhokla along with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney for breakfast or serve as a tea time snack. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Dhokla recipes such as Buckwheat Corn Dhokla Recipe Khaman Dhokla Poha Recipe Microwave Dhokla Recipe
Rava Pongal Recipe

Rava Pongal Recipe

Tuesday, 27 September 2016 00:00

Rava Pongal is a popular breakfast in Andhra and is widely available in almost all the vegetarian restaurants and food stalls. All Pongal recipes are traditionally prepared with rice, however Rava Pongal is a delicious and healthy alternative to rice. The Rava and Moongdal used in this preparation are both nutritious and filling. Have this for breakfast and it will keep you going until lunch. The Rava Pongal can be served with coriander and coconut chutney. Have a look at some of our other Pongal recipes:' Oats Ven Pongal Recipe Foxtail Millet Pongal Recipe Oats Sakkarai Pongal Recipe  
Moong Bhajji Recipe (Moong Fritters)

Moong Bhajji Recipe (Moong Fritters)

Monday, 19 September 2016 00:13

Moong Bhajji is a delicious deep fried snack made using split moong dal and some spices. This sinful snack is a very popular street food all across Maharashtra. The recipe is very quick, simple and uses very few ingredients. The only advance preparation required is to soak the dal. You can also use Moong sprouts instead of dal. Serve Moong Bhajji with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney and Date Tamarind Chutney for a tea time snack. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Fritter recipes such as Potato Basil Fritters Recipe Keerai Vadai Recipe Vegetable Bajji Recipe  
Green Moong Dal And Vegetable Idli Recipe

Green Moong Dal And Vegetable Idli Recipe

Saturday, 17 September 2016 00:57

Green Moong and Vegetable idlis are a perfect way to have healthy breakfast needed to kick start our day. Since these idlis are made with moong instead of rice, they are ideal for diabetic people. Green moong are high in protein and are packed with vitamins and minerals. I have also added grated carrot and dill leaves to this recipe which are high in vitamin A and vitamin C. Serve Green Moong Dal And Vegetable Idli along with Tomato Onion Chutney and Keerai Sambar for a healthy breakfast or you can even pack it in your lunch box. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Idli recipes such as Ragi Idli Recipe Instant Oats Rava Idli Recipe Thatte Idli Recipe
Kathirikai UrulaiKizhanghu Pachidi Recipe (Brinjals And Potatoes With Moong Dal)

Kathirikai UrulaiKizhanghu Pachidi Recipe (Brinjals And Potatoes With Moong Dal)

Thursday, 04 August 2016 00:55

Kathirikkai Urulaikizhanghu is a Chettinad delicacy prepared by cooking tender Brinjals and Potatoes with moong dal. It can be served as an accompaniment with idli, dosa, and chapatti. It is a versatile dish which can be served over plain rice. The dish is mildly spicy with only green chilies added and can be prepared with the common pantry items, thus making it as favourite for people of all ages and taste. Prepare this Kathirikai UrulaiKizhanghu Pachidi and serve with rice along with Keerai sambar for a delicious meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Dal recipes such as Lauki Chana Dal Dal Banjara Arhar Ki Dal with Lahsun Tadka  
Mooga Ghushi Recipe (Sprouted Whole Green Gram In Tangy Coconut Gravy)

Mooga Ghushi Recipe (Sprouted Whole Green Gram In Tangy Coconut Gravy)

Thursday, 21 July 2016 00:53

‘Mooga Ghushi’ is a sprouted green gram-coconut based tangy gravy, another traditional delicacy of the Konkani community of Mangalore in the southern part of India. ‘Moogu’ in Konkani is green gram and ‘Ghushi’ is a standard coconut masala of this Konkani cuisine; a blend of coconut, tamarind and roasted red chillies with a seasoning of mustard seeds and curry leaves or crushed garlic. Serve Mooga Ghushi with hot steamed rice or phulkas for a perfect weekday meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Coconut based gravies such as Lentil Dal with Coconut Milk Cauliflower in Coconut Milk Curry Meen Peera  
Moong Dal Vada Recipe

Moong Dal Vada Recipe

Thursday, 07 July 2016 00:16

I make Moong Dal Vada, when I crave for some lovely crispy vadas the way my mom made them. This is perfect for those rainy days when you want to make something hot and delicious. Serve Moong Dal Vada with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney and Garlic Chutney for a perfect rainy day or a tea time snack. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Vada recipes such as Cabbage Onion Vada Aloo Vada Medu Vada  
Modachya Moongachi Amti Recipe (Konkan Style Sprouted Moong Bean Curry)

Modachya Moongachi Amti Recipe (Konkan Style Sprouted Moong Bean Curry)

Thursday, 23 June 2016 00:36

Modachya Moongachi Amti Recipe is a Konkan Style Sprouted Moong Bean Curry. Sprouted Moong Beans are a packed with proteins and are much healthier as compared to other lentils. This sprouted moong bean curry is a part of the very unique Konkan Cuisine of the coastal Maharashtra. Konkan cuisine predominantly uses desiccated or fresh coconut and kokum in its cuisine. Hence, the curry has a right balance of spice and tanginess. Serve Modachya Moongachi Amti recipe with phulkas or steamed rice, cucumber salad and roasted papad for a filling weeknight dinner. See our other Konkan Style recipes- Solkadhi Recipe (Konkani Style Kokum Kadhi) Goan Kaju Curry Recipe (Spicy Goan Cashew Nut Curry )
Moong Ki Khichdi Recipe

Moong Ki Khichdi Recipe

Thursday, 21 April 2016 00:16

Delicious and low calorie meal, enjoy this amazing combination of low calorie food in your lunch or in your dinner. To balance the quantity of fiber in our body, Whole Green Moong Khichdi is the perfect option with this delicious Palak Ki Kadhi. Kadhi is a spicy dish whose thick gravy is based on Gram flour (Besan) and contains vegetable fritters called Pakoras, to which sour yogurt is added to give it a little sour taste. Serve Moong Ki Khichdi with Gujarati Kadhi for a light and healthy meal. You can also try other Khichdi recipes such as Barnyard Millet and Ragi Khichdi Broken Wheat and Green Moong Khichdi Fada Ni Khichdi  
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